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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Lynchburg, Virginia

 
Clickable Map of Lynchburg, Virginia and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Lynchburg Ind. City, VA (235) Amherst County, VA (40) Bedford County, VA (43) Campbell County, VA (22)  Lynchburg(235) Lynchburg (235)  AmherstCounty(40) Amherst County (40)  BedfordCounty(43) Bedford County (43)  CampbellCounty(22) Campbell County (22)
Adjacent to Lynchburg, Virginia
      Amherst County (40)  
      Bedford County (43)  
      Campbell County (22)  
 
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1Virginia, Lynchburg — "Col'd" Gravestones
2Virginia, Lynchburg — 14-States Confederate Monument
3Virginia, Lynchburg — 1858 Map of Old City Cemetery
4Virginia, Lynchburg — 91st Ohio Volunteer Infantry
5Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-19 — Abram Frederick Biggers and Biggers School
6Virginia, Lynchburg — African Burial Customs — Presented by the Old City Cemetery
7Virginia, Lynchburg — Agnes and Lizzie Langley
8Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-16 — Allen Weir Freeman, M.D. — 7 Jan. 1881 - 3 July 1954
9Virginia, Lynchburg — Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated (R)
10Virginia, Lynchburg — Amelia Elizabeth Perry
11Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-30 — Amelia Perry Pride’s Dorchester Home
12Virginia, Lynchburg — Ancient Sugar Maple Tree
13Virginia, Lynchburg — Anne Spencer — Women of Virginia Historic Trail
14Virginia, Lynchburg — Anne Spencer and Her Garden
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15Virginia, Lynchburg — Anne Spencer Home and Edankraal — Literary Landmarks Register — Friends of Libraries U.S.A. —
16Virginia, Lynchburg — Anne Spencer House
17Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-59 — Augustus Nathaniel Lushington, VMD — (ca. 1861-1939)
18Virginia, Lynchburg — Battle of Lynchburg Memorial Arch
19Virginia, Lynchburg — Blind Billy
20Virginia, Lynchburg — Bransford Vawter — Lynchburg's First Poet — 1815-1838 —
21Virginia, Lynchburg — Bransford Vawter (1815-1838) — Lynchburg's First Poet
22Virginia, Lynchburg — Brick Tomb
23Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-28 — C.W. Seay — (1900-1982)
24Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-29 — Camp Davis
25Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-12 — Carter Glass
26Virginia, Lynchburg — Carter Glass House
27Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-43 — Cary DeVall Langhorne (1837-1948)
28Virginia, Lynchburg — Cemetery Caretakers
29Virginia, Lynchburg — Chapel and Columbarium
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30Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-23 — Chauncey E. Spencer, Sr.
31Virginia, Lynchburg — K-146 — Chestnut Hill
32Virginia, Lynchburg — Civil War in Lynchburg — Prisoner-of-War Camp
33Virginia, Lynchburg — Civil War Lynchburg — Supplying Lee’s Army — Battle of Lynchburg —
34Virginia, Lynchburg — College Hill Reservoir Water Pitcher
35Virginia, Lynchburg — Confederate Smallpox Memorial
36Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-18 — Court Street Baptist Church
37Virginia, Lynchburg — Court Street Baptist Church Tragedy
38Virginia, Lynchburg — Crippled Corps and V.M.I. Cadets Form Inner Defenses in Old City Cemetery — Battle of Lynchburg, June 18, 1864
39Virginia, Lynchburg — Daniel Butler
40Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-5 — Defense Works
41Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-40 — Desmond Thomas Doss — (1919-2006)
42Virginia, Lynchburg — Diamond Hill — Local historic district designated by City of Lynchburg
43Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-7 — Diamond Hill Baptist Church
44Virginia, Lynchburg — Q6-17 — Douglas Southall Freeman
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45Virginia, Lynchburg — Dr. Phillip F. Morris — 1853 - 1923
46Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-27 — Dr. Robert Walter Johnson — (1899-1971)
47Virginia, Lynchburg — Dr. Robert Walter Johnson House and Tennis Court
48Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-32 — Dr. Robert Withers Morgan — (1844–1904)
49Virginia, Lynchburg — Dunbar High School — 1923–1970 — Motto: Looking Forward Not Backward —
50Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-53 — Edward Christian Glass (1852-1931)
51Virginia, Lynchburg — Eleanor Custis Lewis Carter
52Virginia, Lynchburg — Elizabeth Gavino Hubert Lushington
53Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-56 — Elizabeth Langhorne Lewis — (1851-1946)
54Virginia, Lynchburg — European Immigrants
55Virginia, Lynchburg — Federal Hill
56Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-44 — Federal Transient Bureau Fire
57Virginia, Lynchburg — Fink Deck Truss — National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark
58Virginia, Lynchburg — Fort Early — The Confederate Center — Battle of Lynchburg —
59Virginia, Lynchburg — Q–6-1 — Fort Early
60Virginia, Lynchburg — Fort McCausland — The Confederate Right Flank — Battle of Lynchburg —
61Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-2 — Fort McCausland
62Virginia, Lynchburg — Four Little Boys
63Virginia, Lynchburg — Genealogy of Lynchburg's Railroads
64Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-33 — Georgia Weston Morgan — (1869–1951)
65Virginia, Lynchburg — Glanders
66Virginia, Lynchburg — Grave of John Lynch
67Virginia, Lynchburg — Gravemarkers in the Old City Cemetery — Lynchburg, Virginia
68Virginia, Lynchburg — Gravestone Carvers in the Old City Cemetery
69Virginia, Lynchburg — Gravestone Style & Material
70Virginia, Lynchburg — Gregory Willis Hayes — 1862 - 1906
71Virginia, Lynchburg — Hearse House & Caretakers' Museum
72Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-58 — Helen McGehee
73Virginia, Lynchburg — Henry Holdcroft Norvell
74Virginia, Lynchburg — Hermon Methodist Church — Appomattox County, Virginia — c.1870-1969 —
75Virginia, Lynchburg — History of the Stapleton Station
76Virginia, Lynchburg — Horse Drawn Road Grader
77Virginia, Lynchburg — Hull of the Packet Boat Marshall
78Virginia, Lynchburg — In Memory of Lucy Kirkwood Scott Hotchkiss — 1904 - 2001 — A Member of the Southern Memorial Association For Forty Years —
79Virginia, Lynchburg — In Memory of Sawney Early, Malinda Speece, and Their Descendants
80Virginia, Lynchburg — In Tribute to Anne Bethel Spencer — 1882 - 1975
81Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-9 — Inner Defences
82Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-3 — Inner Defenses — 1864
83Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-8 — Inner Defenses
84Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-7 — Inner Defenses 1864
85Virginia, Lynchburg — Iron Fencing
86Virginia, Lynchburg — Israel Snead (1780-1844)
87Virginia, Lynchburg — Ivy Chapel Union Church — Bedford County, Virginia — 1880-c.1950 —
88Virginia, Lynchburg — Jackson Street United Methodist Church — Oldest African-American Methodist Church in Lynchburg — African American Heritage Trail of Central Virginia —
89Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-13 — Jacob E. Yoder
90Virginia, Lynchburg — James River Suicide — 1891
91Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-47 — James Rives Childs — (1893-1987)
92Virginia, Lynchburg — Jane Owens (d. 1835)
93Virginia, Lynchburg — Jennie Hicks — (1880-1964)
94Virginia, Lynchburg — John and Rachel Kinkle
95Virginia, Lynchburg — Q-6-54 — John Chilembwe — (ca. 1871-1915)
96Virginia, Lynchburg — K-142 — John Daniel’s Home
97Virginia, Lynchburg — John Lynch
98Virginia, Lynchburg — John Warwick Daniel
99Virginia, Lynchburg — Joseph Parker
100Virginia, Lynchburg — Josiah Holbrook

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Jan. 28, 2023